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Re: WJTO sign off
In a message dated 5/15/00 1:17:39 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
<< If Bob turns off WJTO early, and if the FCC gets wind of this, could they
then restrict his station to daytimer status, since he's not using the
channel to "it's fullest potential"?
No. However, such a power lowering would be reported to the FCC after 10
days. And even then, no action would be allowed to be taken for quite a
significant time afterwards. - On the 7 PM sign-off.... since JTO is
a 'daytimer', and since the rules say that I must broadcast 2/3 of the time
licensed [time = sunrise to sunset], I could legally sign off at about 4 PM
even in the summer., and 2 PM in the winter, if I was signing on at
sunrise.). - Ever notice a couple years ago, WNTN signed off at 3:30
PM... all legal.